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Norcross-Dekalb, an exciting northeast Atlanta suburb, houses several corporate home offices, including The Athlete's Foot, Waffle House and NanoLumens, which designs and manufacturues digital LED displays. These businesses nourish an eclectic blend of cultures, and the area enjoys a number of influences including Spanish, Indian, Cuban and Asian culture. The neighborhood features charming row houses and wide, tree-lined streets where much of the television show "Resurrection" was filmed.

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Rent Trends

As of August 2017, the average apartment rent in Atlanta, GA is $993 for a studio, $950 for one bedroom, $1,113 for two bedrooms, and $1,310 for three bedrooms. Apartment rent in Atlanta has increased by 7.0% in the past year.

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Studio
711
$993
1 BR
781
$950
2 BR
1,100
$1,113
3 BR
1,372
$1,310
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Ratings

51 Walk Score® Somewhat Walkable
39 Transit Score® Some Transit
0 Bike Score® Somewhat Bikeable

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Restaurants

The neighborhood's cultural diversity shows up in the many international cuisines present in the neighborhood. Ranging from Venezuelan and Cuban to Italian, the selection easily overwhelms even the most experienced diners.

Don't let the no-frills strip-mall appearance of Natarica Grill fool you. The food at this Venezuelan eatery makes you drool over cachapas, the popular road-side boiled, pancake-like corn dough wrapped in dry corn leaves as well as flatbread sandwiches filled with cheese and avocado.

Dominick's , a family-owned restaurant, serves favorites from Bomba, Italy, such as eggplant Parmesan and oven-baked pork chops stuffed with minced vegetables, cheese and Italian sausage spooned over penne tossed in a Gorgonzola cream sauce with spinach, garlic and diced tomatoes. The rib eye steak and the spicy garlic tilapia are stellar, but the crab cakes with angel hair pasta tossed with roasted pepper Alfredo sauce remains the patron favorite.

Take the Infamous Bay Leaf Challenge at Mojito's Cuban American Bistro to earn a free beverage when you discover the bay leaf in your meal. Even if you don't win the beverage, you win out in the end from the fresh food at this family-owned, "mama cooks the food" restaurant, which serves up specialities such as ham croquettes and plantains stuffed with picadillo, shrimp Creole or avocado-cilantro sauce. Yucca fries with avocado-cilantro salsa and healthy Venezuelan nachos loaded with chicken, black beans, onion, tomatoes, sour cream and melted cheese remain perennial favorites. Order mahi mahi Havana-style for a heavenly combination of grilled fish topped with shrimp Creole sauce, melted Swiss and two plump shrimps served in a piping hot skillet.

The Hush Sports Bar & Lounge features 10 competition pool tables, multiple TVs, a 15-foot projection screen, a large dance floor, 20 full-sized hookahs and three fully stocked bars that are friendly to smokers. Feast on fried lobster tails, pork chops, crunchy fish fillets, wings and cheesy nachos as you wile away the hours with your friends.

Another popular neighborhood hangout, Mazzy's Sports Bar & Grill, features plenty of activities in a relaxed, fun atmosphere perfect for that after-work get-together. Not only can you play pool, watch TV, shoot billiards, throw darts, play poker and compete in trivia, your dinner choices include loaded quesadillas, shrimp and grits, a five-peppercorn Angus burger, gyro wraps, and soup and salad.

History

Atlanta has become a mecca for many large corporations, such as Home Depot, CNN and UPS, due to its booming economy, pleasant weather and a multitude of cultural activities, but it remains Southern at its agrarian heart. Atlanta has responded to the fast pace of a corporate center with a suburban spread north and northwest into wooded counties such as Dekalb, where desirable communities such as Norcross thrive.

The Southeastern Railway Museum features railroad artifacts and hosts tours and rides, and the Hudgen's Center for the Arts holds art classes and features a sculpture garden. The Norcross Arts Fest takes place in October. Additionally, the fireworks in July and the Bluesberry Music and Brew Fest in June are among dozens of events that residents enjoy throughout the year.

Transportation

Running errands in this neighborhood requires a vehicle, but multiple options exist for getting around town or for commuting to work. The primary transportation methods include the Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority and bus service, which operates three stops in the neighborhood. Cabs and Uber service provide additional transportation options, and biking lanes make for safe passage on neighborhood streets. While no public parking garages exist in the neighborhood, driving maintains an attractive reputation. Drivers find that nearby I-85 quickly take them into downtown Atlanta.

Cost

The cost of living in Norcross-Dekalb runs significantly lower than in the Atlanta city center, and the median rent for a one-bedroom in the neighborhood costs approximately $739. The MARTA rail system has one station on North Avenue with a $2.50 one-way fare or $1 unlimited with a Breeze card. Express bus service costs $3.75 one-way, $32.50 for a 10-day ticket book or $130 for a monthly pass.

Residents often find additional ways to keep their cost of living down, such as by taking advantage of the Indian Trail Park-n-Ride, which charges no fee for parking. A beer in the local pub runs between $2.75 and $4. Gas in Norcross costs around 1 percent less than the national average.

Shopping

A short drive to The Forum on Peachtree Parkway brings you to an outdoor mall with a European feel. Meet up with friends for a quick lunch at the California Pizza Kitchen, dessert at Gigi's Cupcakes or noodles at Thai Spice. After lunch, stroll through the walkways lined with flowers, visiting Belk, Victoria's Secret, Old Navy or Williams-Sonoma before stopping at Trader Joe's for groceries and heading home.

The antiques, decorative items, and furniture on consignment at Estate Gallery Consignments have made it a popular choice for artists, home stagers and interior decorators in the area. Stop in frequently to discover interesting and unusual items.

Residents of this area love to visit the Attic Treasures thrift shop when seeking affordable, quality, gently-used clothing for the entire family. This store also sells antiques and collectibles, as well as books, jewelry, household items and small furniture.

Publix, Walmart, Sprouts Farmers Market, Aldi and Kroger satisfy local grocery shopping needs. The nearest farmers' market is the Buford Highway Farmers Market, which opens daily year-round.

Parks

The Lillian Webb Park, a five-acre city park with a unique concept, combines a green space with walking paths, volleyball courts and a fabulous interactive splash pad. The water feature feeds from numerous subterranean water pockets located near a restaurant, offices and boutique-style retail space.

Thrasher Park features a great band shell, huge playgrounds, picnic areas with a pavilion, gazebo, restrooms and plenty of shade trees. Leashed dogs may romp and play in this park. A running train rambles through the park, and the Whistle Stop farmers market takes place each Tuesday. Each Friday, the park hosts a concert series. Additionally, the park celebrates the holiday season with an annual Christmas tree lighting ceremony and festival.

Best Friend Park, a huge 43-acre recreational space, features two outdoor summer pools, 17 lighted tennis courts, a gym with indoor badminton courts, an outdoor basketball court, pavilion, playgrounds, baseball and softball fields, restrooms, grills and a three-quarter-mile trail for walking, running or biking.

Pack up your pup to head over to the Pinckneyville Dog Park on Old Peachtree Road for a run-and-chase around in the grassy, fenced off-leash space. The dog park features running water, obstacle courses, dog toys and a separate area for small dogs.

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Apartments for Rent in Norcross-DeKalb, Atlanta, GA

Norcross-Dekalb, an exciting northeast Atlanta suburb, houses several corporate home offices, including The Athlete's Foot, Waffle House and NanoLumens, which designs and manufacturues digital LED displays. These businesses nourish an eclectic blend of cultures, and the area enjoys a number of influences including Spanish, Indian, Cuban and Asian culture. The neighborhood features charming row houses and wide, tree-lined streets where much of the television show "Resurrection" was filmed.

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